Zaynura Jehan Dolley holds an LLB Law Degree from the University of KwaZulu Natal (2019) and having completed vocational training, is currently attending to her admission as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. She has a keen interest in the diversity of people and culture; behavioral psychology, socio economic influences and how it all comes together in the creation of the end product that is the individual – and further how that affects the spaces they occupy in society. She has worked with various non profit organizations and led community service initiatives throughout high school and college, most especially through the Muslim Students Association (MSA) Howard College and the Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers (AMAL-SC) which she chaired in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Having qualified as a semifinalist in the Ellie Newman Memorial Moot Competition in 2018, she was earmarked as reserve for the All Africa Moot held in Ghana, before representing UZKN in the National Child Care Moot competition hosted by the Center of Child Law at the University of Pretoria, where she and her partner were semifinalists. An avid reader, with determined interests in self betterment and enlightenment, she is not one to shy away from a challenge!